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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Sports

MGBL Minute

This week’s spotlight game picks up right where we left off before yeshiva break. The Motzei Shabbat games at Ma’ayanot High School saw two teams Nothing But Net...work Doctor and Arnold Schoen MD come back from 20 point deficits and take a lead in the final minutes. Arnold

MYHSAL Varsity Basketball Playoff Preview

This is a continuation from last week’s edition, where the possible outcomes for the MYHSAL basketball and hockey leagues were outlined. After a week of action, the Western Conference has been sorted out in five of the six JV and varsity leagues. Heading into the first full week of February, only boys varsity basketball still has spots

JEC Varsity Basketball Beats Kushner and Hillel to Coast Into 2019 Playoffs

JEC varsity had not made the playoffs for the prior two seasons andlost four games in a row in October-November. Things were looking bleak, with the next two games against powerhouse cross-conference teams Flatbush and Rambam. But, to the shock of the yeshiva basketball world, the Thunder beat both Flatbush and Rambam, to

Yeshiva University Men’s Basketball Surges Past Old Westbury for 14th Straight Win

(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University men’s basketball earned a key Skyline Conference victory over the College at Old Westbury, 88-66, at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Tuesday evening. The Maccabees extend their program-record winning streak to 14 games and remain on top of the

Nachum Segal Network Broadcasts From  Atlanta for Acclaimed Kosher Halftime Show

(Courtesy of NSN) Top Jewish radio personality Nachum Segal broadcasted live from Atlanta during the week of January 28 while recording the network’s acclaimed Super Bowl “Kosher Halftime Show.” Many local Jewish community leaders and institutions were featured throughout the week including several other Jewish communities throughout

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Alex Pomerantz

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Alex Pomerantz as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The fifth grader at the Moriah School just completed a championship run for the New Jersey Avalanche. Pomerantz, a first year player made his impact felt, combining with line-mate captain

MYHSAL Playoff Preview

The MYHSAL hockey and basketball leagues have hit the end of winter break and both JV and varsity are gearing up for 10 days of high-intensity action to close out the 2017-2018 regular season. As one would expect, despite how close we are to the postseason, there is still much up in the air as we enter the final push for a tournament berth.

Yeshiva Men’s Basketball Tops Maritime to Extend Winning Streak to 10 Games

The Yeshiva University men’s basketball team earned a convincing Skyline victory over Maritime College, 104-60, at Riesenberg Gymnasium on Thursday evening. The Maccabees (11-5, 9-2) extend their winning streak to a program-record 10 games. Yeshiva remains in first place in the conference standings, while the Privateers drop to

Yeshiva University Roller Hockey Goes 4 for 4: Upsets #1 Seed at Home

Although the rest of the school was still on vacation, the Yeshiva University roller hockey team was back in action this weekend after a long mid-season break. Ending the first half on a tough overtime loss to Hofstra left the Maccabees at 4-2-2 and tied for fifth place in the ECRHA. But despite the disappointing first eight games,

Yeshiva University Roller Hockey Goes 4 for 4: Upsets #1 Seed at Home

Although the rest of the school was still on vacation, the Yeshiva University roller hockey team was back in action this weekend after a long mid-season break. Ending the first half on a tough overtime loss to Hofstra left the Maccabees at 4-2-2 and tied for fifth place in the ECRHA. But despite the disappointing first eight games,

Cousins Judah and Eitan Vogel face off in a thrilling RYNJ vs Yeshivat Noam game.

Frisch Ice Hockey Knocks Off West Orange to Earn First Round Playoff Bye

Jake Fromen scored a first period hat-trick to lead Frisch to a 4-2 victory over West Orange at Codey Arena Monday night. West Orange would come back with two goals in the second period by Dave Campbell to make it close, but Frisch dominated with 35 shots on goal and almost as many that missed the target.